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Reactor customisation options and glassblowing capability

About This Webinar

1 Hour Webinar

Mark Radley shows you inside our glass blowing workshop for a live demonstration then on to a technical discussion on the bespoke design options for all Radleys reactors. In this webinar we look at the process of making a glass jacketed reactor and some of the options for customisation. We start in the glass blowing workshop for a live demonstration and then move to a more detailed look at the bespoke design options available for our jacketed reactors. We review a variety of subjects including reactor geometry, thermal fluid connections, lid port design, drain valves and more.

Key Learning Objectives:

1. Insight into manufacturing jacketed glass reactors.
2. Custom reactor design possibilities.
3. Which design features are important to get good results and a reliable, robust reaction system.

Who Should Watch?

1. Chemists involved in scale up and scale down of processes.
2. Process development chemists.
3. Existing Reaction system users.

*Please note that due to a technical interruption the start is missing from the recording.

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Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
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Managing Director
Webinar hosting presenter
Global Sales Manager
I joined Radleys in 2007 as a Technical Sales Specialist, my job has changed over the years through Product Management, UK Sales Manager, and International Territory Manager for Europe, Russia and Africa. I am now the Global Sales Manager, responsible for both the UK and International sales teams and business.
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International Territory Manager
Steve joined Radleys in 2006 as International Territory Manager for the Americas, India and parts of Europe. He has a passion for chemistry and in particular helping solve the challenging technical issues that chemists face in the laboratory.